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On reflection, no fiscal cliff Happy New Year

January 12, 2013

Seeming a bit surprised at the extent of their victory, a few liberal members of Congress were candid enough to admit the American people were shortchanged on New Year’s Da....

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Jan-13-13 6:36 AM

"Nothing has been settled and it seems as though the public at large has no clue what is going on." - andy33


...Nor were they (even) INTERESTED...obviously...during the arguments AGAINST the Bu$h tax-cut$.

Like "conservatives" have expressed (here), before..."You reap what you sow." the future...people will think twice about going-to-War...right AFTER allowing tax-cuts for those folks who profit, MO$T, from that/those War(s).

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Jan-13-13 6:27 AM

"All consideration of getting the nation's fiscal house in order was kicked down the road, allegedly for later this year."


...Much like what was done, TWO-years-ago, when Republicans insisted upon extending those (temporary) Bu$h tax-cut$.

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Jan-12-13 3:21 AM

Hey there Editor-in totally left out the fact that the fiscal cliff will magically reappear in March. By that time, our wonderful Congress will have time to move in the heavy equipment to dig a brand new fiscal cliff. Nothing has been settled and it seems as though the public at large has no clue what is going on. When March rolls around, the media will seize one more opportunity to frighten the public yet another time. It's getting old...get these people out of office.

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